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In the last century cyclone-related damages have risen dramatically as population grows on vulnerable coastlines, writes Lamont's Adam Sobel in this op-ed. As climate warms, storms may also become more intense.
A profile of work by Lamont's Colin Stark and Göran Ekström to detect landslides in remote places using satellite images and seismic data.
Lamont's Klaus Jacob praises efforts by New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority to protect critical infrastructure well before Hurricane Sandy struck.
Lamont's Adam Sobel describes how typhoons work and why they may become more intense as climate warms.
These climate scientists, including Lamont's Peter deMenocal, Dorothy Peteet, Richard Seager and Jason Smerdon, had some fun posing on landscapes representing their very serious work.
Phragmites may be considered an invasive plant, but it helps buffer shorelines from waves during heavy storms, says Lamont's Klaus Jacob.
Profile of Lamont-Doherty climate scientist Maureen Raymo.
Profile of Lamont-Doherty microbial oceanographer Sonya Dyhrman.